Can a credit card company garnish a person's disability or social security check?

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NO, your SS benefits would be exempt under federal law. However, avoid co-mingleing funds in the same account as your SSD benefits.
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Can a credit card company garnish your Social Security and state retirement benefits or freeze your USA bank checking account while living abroad?

All SS benefits are exempt from private creditor action (benefits may be garnished for back alimony, child support, unpaid federal taxes and amounts due other federal agenc

Can a credit card company garnish your Social Security or pension?

All Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits are exempt from action for creditor debt. Most pension plans are also exempted, although some may only have a spe

Can a Social Security disability check be garnished?

No. If a creditor other than the federal government tries to garnish your Social Security benefits, inform them that such an action violates Section 207 of the Social Security

Can social security disability checks be garnished in the state of Missouri?

Generally not, except for Federal debts (Federal taxes) and child support or alimony.. Generally, Social Security benefits are exempt from execution, levy, attachment, garnis

Can a Social Security disability check be garnished in ms?

Disability payments of any type are typically excluded from garnishments regarding monies owed for merchandise (cars, trucks, motorcycles, mo-peds, etc.). I don't know about C

Can a social security disability check be garnished in Kentucky?

yes, in a way it can be garnished. my brother wrote some bad checks went to court over it and they garnished his check after it hit his bank account. the bank and the court ha

Can credit card companies garnish pension or social security checks?

Summary: No, they can't take your check. Unless they sue you and get a judgement they can't garnish anything. Neither a private pension nor Social Security would be attacha